Closest Airport to Avarua District, Airports Near Avarua District, Cook Islands

The closest airport to Avarua District is Rarotonga Airport (RAR). Distance from Rarotonga Airport to Avarua District is 1.68 miles / 2.71 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Avarua District

  1. Rarotonga Airport (2.71 Km)
  2. Mangaia Island Airport (208.32 Km)
  3. Atiu Island Airport (221.68 Km)
  4. Aitutaki Airport (264.87 Km)
  5. Mauke Island Airport (280.4 Km)
  6. Rimatara Airport (736.77 Km)
  7. Rurutu Airport (879.71 Km)
  8. Maupiti Airport (955.08 Km)
  9. Motu-mute Airport (997.46 Km)
  10. Raiatea Airport (1006.67 Km)
  11. Huahine Airport (1049.42 Km)
  12. Tubuai Island Airport (1081.95 Km)
  13. Hanan Airport (1084.89 Km)
  14. Temae Airport (1129.46 Km)
  15. Faaa Airport (1141.86 Km)
  16. Manihiki Island Airport (1211.95 Km)
  17. Mataiva Airport (1365.35 Km)
  18. Penrhyn Island Airport (1369.3 Km)
  19. Pago Pago International Airport (1386.37 Km)
  20. Tikehau Atoll Airport (1395.04 Km)

List of Airports close to Avarua District

Rarotonga Airport (RAR)

Rarotonga Airport is located approximately 1.24 miles / 2 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is RAR.

Mangaia Island Airport (MGS)

Mangaia Island Airport is located approximately 129.25 miles / 208 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is MGS.

Atiu Island Airport (AIU)

Atiu Island Airport is located approximately 137.32 miles / 221 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is AIU.

Mitiaro Island Airport (MOI)

Mitiaro Island Airport is located approximately 164.04 miles / 264 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is MOI.

Aitutaki Airport (AIT)

Aitutaki Airport is located approximately 164.04 miles / 264 kilometers North (0) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is AIT.

Mauke Island Airport (MUK)

Mauke Island Airport is located approximately 173.98 miles / 280 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is MUK.

Rimatara Airport (RMT)

Rimatara Airport is located approximately 457.33 miles / 736 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is RMT.

Rurutu Airport (RUR)

Rurutu Airport is located approximately 546.19 miles / 879 kilometers East (E) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is RUR.

Maupiti Airport (MAU)

Maupiti Airport is located approximately 593.41 miles / 955 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is MAU.

Motu-mute Airport (BOB)

Motu-mute Airport is located approximately 619.51 miles / 997 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is BOB.

Tupai Airport (TPX)

Tupai Airport is located approximately 622.61 miles / 1002 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is TPX.

Raiatea Airport (RFP)

Raiatea Airport is located approximately 625.1 miles / 1006 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is RFP.

Huahine Airport (HUH)

Huahine Airport is located approximately 651.82 miles / 1049 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is HUH.

Tubuai Island Airport (TUB)

Tubuai Island Airport is located approximately 671.7 miles / 1081 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is TUB.

Hanan Airport (IUE)

Hanan Airport is located approximately 673.57 miles / 1084 kilometers West (W) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is IUE.

Temae Airport (MOZ)

Temae Airport is located approximately 701.53 miles / 1129 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is MOZ.

Faaa Airport (PPT)

Faaa Airport is located approximately 708.98 miles / 1141 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is PPT.

Tetiaroa Island Airport (TTI)

Tetiaroa Island Airport is located approximately 725.76 miles / 1168 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is TTI.

Manihiki Island Airport (MHX)

Manihiki Island Airport is located approximately 752.48 miles / 1211 kilometers North (N) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is MHX.

Raivavae Airport (RVV)

Raivavae Airport is located approximately 794.73 miles / 1279 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Avarua District. IATA airport code is RVV.